Administrator (part time)
Caper is looking for an experienced, tidy-minded administrator to work one day a week. Work will include bookkeeping, organising logistics around projects, updating service agreements and maintaining up-to-date web content. We’re happy to be reasonably flexible if you’d like to break up the time into e.g. two half days to fit other regular commitments. You’ll be based in the Caper studio in Shoreditch and we are happy for some work to be done from home.
Freelance Producers / Project Managers
We would love to hear from you if you are an experienced producer or project manager, with digital experience. You must be unflappable and flexible, and interested in the wide range of projects that Caper produces. Experience of working with arts, cultural and heritage organisations a bonus, but not an essential.
Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV. Caper is an equal opportunities employer.
We’re pleased to announce that the team at Caper has rapidly been expanding. Check out our amazing new team.
Sophie Sampson has taken on the role of Lead Producer, as well as being our project management hub, she’s running our BBC Proms / Technology Strategy Board prototyping project.
After successfully project managing Happenstance for us in 2012, Beckie Darlington is working for us as an in-house Producer on University of Cambridge Museums’ digital audit and Culture Hack East.
Previously Head of Contemporary Programmes at the V&A Museum, Lauren Parker joins us as a Director (Associate), currently leading on strategic work with University of Cambridge Museums and writing a new two year strategy for Culture Hack East.
We met James Jefferies through the Happenstance project and now, as our Technical Director (Associate), he helps us with developing prototypes and technology scoping for projects and internal infrastructure.
We worked with Nat Buckley on many Caper projects in 2012, including websites and prototypes for Fuel Theatre & Southbank Centre, BBC Radio 3, BBC Proms, RSC, and Brighton Museum, so we’re very pleased that she’s now part of the team as Creative Technologist (Associate).
Leila Johnston joins the team as our Writer (Associate). Her most recent article for us featured in The Guardian Culture Professionals Network on the rise of hack culture.
Want to join us? Check out our current available posts.